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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 06:15 AM
He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 06:37 AM
"Apologize to Rush Limbaugh"


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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 08:16 AM
I think some are missing the point of this website.
 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 09:06 AM
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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


How is that good? Are you aware of his track record of comments; racial, sexist and otherwise? The guy is scum and I wouldnt piss on him if he was on fire.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 09:53 AM
The darkest corner of HELL is waiting for limbaugh

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 09:55 AM
I thought Tommy Jackson was going to walk over and slap him when he made those racist comments about McNabb.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 10:46 AM
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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


Indeed it is. Here's the proof.

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0309/19596.html

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 11:19 AM
Appologize to Rush who recently came out and made the statement that he wants the President to fail??? Right. Nice, outstanding, patriotic citizen that Rush.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 11:47 AM
Someone just finished reading 'Atlas Shrugged" to Rush. He liked the ending.
 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 12:15 PM
You gotta love it when the Republicans get on him too.

Governor Mark Sanford (R-SC):

"Anybody who wants [President Obama] to fail is an idiot, because it means we're all in trouble..."

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 12:31 PM
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What these people can't figure out is that we secceed or fail as a country.


Where are we "secceeding" from?

 

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http://www.thewashingtonnote.com/


The Limits of a "3 Minute Rahm" in Obama's Kitchen Cabinet


I can't get into names, but if a crafty business journalist got on the phone to the biggest billionaires and financial wizards who support the Democratic Party and Barack Obama, he or she would find a large passel of very frustrated economic elites who think that Obama's stimulus package and spending priorities are not going to either restore confidence and economic growth or reinvest in the backbone of the US economy in a way that can help generate recurring returns for future generations of citizens.

The folks I am talking to are definitely not part of the market fundamentalist Robert Rubin fan club. They see the world differently, but I'm beginning to wonder if we really all should be very worried that some in Obama's economic kitchen cabinet (or who we think is in it) are so dissatisfied with the substance of the policy outcomes we are seeing thus far.

I asked one of them who I assume can get through to the President or at least to Rahm Emanuel any time he wants why he doesn't make his case more clearly to the occupants of the White House. The response was, "Yes, I can get through to Rahm Emanuel any time, but I get three minutes with him, and then someone else gets their three minutes, and so on. Rahm is the three minute guy -- and he's great during those three minutes."

Wealthy donors on the outside of the political process probably should not be able to just call up the President and get their way -- but the frustration I'm hearing from a great number of these types of donors -- types who are not only wealthy and helped finance much of the Democratic Party's victory in November but who are also smart and connected -- is that they are not getting through where it counts. The policy options they are proposing aren't getting into the basket of proposals that Obama is considering.

In other words, some feel that Obama is not getting a full range of choices on the economy and is being provided a narrow band of views that fit the preconceived biases of Larry Summers and Tim Geithner.

One of the fatal mistakes of the Bush administration in the build up to the Iraq War was the tight constriction of choices and views that Bush's advisors allowed him to see.

Let's hope that the Obama team isn't making the same mistake on the economy.

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 03:37 PM
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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


How is that good? Are you aware of his track record of comments; racial, sexist and otherwise? The guy is scum and I wouldnt piss on him if he was on fire.


I'm glad he's getting folks worked up. Glad he is trying to energize the conservative base and glad the media is making such a big deal about nothing. Shows where their collective heads are at. That's why, to me, its good.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 05:00 PM
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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


"These Days"..."These Days"?....The guy has always irritated me and "gotten under my skin", but I listen to him.

How else could I be so judgmental?

 

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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


"These Days"..."These Days"?....The guy has always irritated me and "gotten under my skin", but I listen to him.

How else could I be so judgmental?


OK, More SO, these days.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 05:39 PM
The point is not irritation or fascination with Limbaugh. The point is the revolting spectacle of the "leaders" of a political party crawling to him, saying one day "He's just an ugly brickthrowing idiot of an entertainer (a synopsis of Republican criticism of him)" and the next day crawling on their bellies to kiss his ass. Not being able to stand up to a junkie hypocrite talk-show host is pretty revealing of the state of the party.

 

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I think there should be a 'Apologize for Rush Limbaugh' website. That hypocritical windbag is nothing but an anti American. He wants our President to fail and openly states that. As far as I'm concerned that makes him an enemy of the USA.

 

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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


"These Days"..."These Days"?....The guy has always irritated me and "gotten under my skin", but I listen to him.

How else could I be so judgmental?


OK, More SO, these days.


Not at all. I listen to him for balance. I listen until I can't take it anymore, then I turn the dial. The same way I treat Bill Maher, I listen until I can't stand it anymore. Once again, without listening to these guys, How else can I judge?

Limbaugh is a conceited blowhard.

Maher is nothing more than an antagonist.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 06:47 PM
an oldie but goodie:

Q: What's the difference between Rush Limbaugh and the Von Hindenburg?

A: One's a Nazi gasbag and the other's a dirigible which blew up in New Jersey.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 07:28 PM
Obama's White House staff is taking the time to plot against Rush via Nixon's 'enemies list' stradegy;


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Rush Job: Inside Dems' Limbaugh plan
By: Jonathan Martin
March 4, 2009 04:04 AM EST

Top Democrats believe they have struck political gold by depicting Rush Limbaugh as the new face of the Republican Party, a full-scale effort first hatched by some of the most familiar names in politics and now being guided in part from inside the White House.

The strategy took shape after Democratic strategists Stanley Greenberg and James Carville included Limbaugh’s name in an October poll and learned their longtime tormentor was deeply unpopular with many Americans, especially younger voters. Then the conservative talk-radio host emerged as an unapologetic critic of Barack Obama shortly before his inauguration, when even many Republicans were showering him with praise.

Soon it clicked: Democrats realized they could roll out a new GOP bogeyman for the post-Bush era by turning to an old one in Limbaugh, a polarizing figure since he rose to prominence in the 1990s.

Limbaugh is embracing the line of attack, suggesting a certain symbiosis between him and his political adversaries.

"The administration is enabling me,” he wrote in an e-mail to POLITICO. “They are expanding my profile, expanding my audience and expanding my influence. An ever larger number of people are now being exposed to the antidote to Obamaism: conservatism, as articulated by me. An ever larger number of people are now exposed to substantive warnings, analysis and criticism of Obama's policies and intentions, a ‘story’ I own because the [mainstream media] is largely the Obama Press Office.”

The bigger, the better, agreed Carville. “It’s great for us, great for him, great for the press,” he said of Limbaugh. “The only people he’s not good for are the actual Republicans in Congress.”

If Limbaugh himself were to coin a phrase for it, he might call it Operation Rushbo – an idea that started out simply enough but quickly proved to be deeply resonant by a rapid succession of events, say Democrats inside and outside the West Wing.

The seeds were planted in October after Democracy Corps, the Democratic polling company run by Carville and Greenberg, included Limbaugh’s name in a survey and found that many Americans just don’t like him.

“His positives for voters under 40 was 11 percent,” Carville recalled with a degree of amazement, alluding to a question about whether voters had a positive or negative view of the talk show host.

Paul Begala, a close friend of Carville, Greenberg and White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, said they found Limbaugh’s overall ratings were even lower than the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, Obama’s controversial former pastor, and William Ayers, the domestic terrorist and Chicago resident who Republicans sought to tie to Obama during the campaign.

Then came what Begala called “the tripwire.”

“I hope he fails,” Limbaugh said of Obama on his show four days before the president was sworn in. It was a time when Obama’s approval ratings were soaring, but more than that, polls showed even people who didn’t vote for him badly wanted him to succeed, coming to office at a time of economic meltdown.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee was the first to jump on the statement, sending the video to its membership to raise cash and stir a petition drive.


“We helped get the ball rolling on this because we’re looking and listening to different Republican voices around the country, and the one that was the loudest and getting the most attention was Rush Limbaugh,” explained DCCC chairman and Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.).

The Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank run by former Clinton Chief of Staff John Podesta, also pounced on Limbaugh's "fail" line, drawing attention to it on their well-read blog.

Soon after, Americans United for Change, a liberal group, was airing Limbaugh’s statement in an ad aimed at pushing Senate Republicans to support the stimulus bill.

“It just cropped up out of how much play that comment was getting on the air,” said Brad Woodhouse, who runs the group and is about to take over as communications director at the Democratic National Committee. “When we did it and it generated so much press, it just started to snowball from there.”

But liberals quickly realized that trying to drive a wedge between congressional Republicans and Limbaugh was unlikely to work, and their better move was to paint the GOP as beholden to the talk show host.

This was driven home to them, according to one Democrat, when Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-Ga.) took a shot at Limbaugh in late January only to appear on his program the next day and plead having momentarily had “foot-in-mouth disease.”

By February, Carville and Begala were pounding on Limbaugh frequently in their appearances on CNN.

Neither Democrat would say so, but a third source said the two also began pushing the idea of targeting Limbaugh in their daily phone conversations with Emanuel.

Conversations and email exchanges began taking place in and out of the White House not only between the old pals from the Clinton era but also including White House senior adviser David Axelrod, Deputy Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs and Woodhouse.

The White House needed no more convincing after Limbaugh’s hour-plus performance Saturday, celebrated on the right and mocked on the left, at the Conservative Political Action Conference, where he re-stated his hope Obama fails.

“He kicked this into full-gear at CPAC by reiterating it,” said a senior White House official of Limbaugh.

By Sunday morning, Emanuel elevated the strategy by bringing up the conservative talker, unprompted, on CBS’s “Face the Nation” and calling him the “the voice and the intellectual force and energy behind the Republican Party.”

Even Republican National Chairman Michael Steele joined in with a surprising critique of Limbaugh as a mere “entertainer,” who is “ugly” and “incendiary.”

“He took a little match we had tossed on the leaves and poured gasoline on it,” said one Democrat of Steele.

Steele was forced into calling Limbaugh to apologize Monday, an embarrassing climb-down following the RNC chairman’s criticism of the conservative talk-show host.

But Democrats kept at it in rapid-fire succession, thrilled that Steele had validated their claim that Republicans were scared to cross Limbaugh.


Americans United for Change launched a new ad featuring Limbaugh’s CPAC appearance. A left-leaning media watchdog group began a new Limbaugh tracking homepage. Democratic National Chairman Tim Kaine tweaked Steele for his apology. Terry McAuliffe tried to inject Limbaugh into the Virginia governor’s race. The DCCC launched a new website, www.imsorryrush.com, mocking the Republicans who have had to apologize to Limbaugh.

And Gibbs served up a made-for-cable-TV quote to end his daily briefing Tuesday.

“I was a little surprised at the speed in which Mr. Steele, the head of the RNC, apologized to the head of the Republican Party,” Gibbs quipped with a grin, before striding out of the press room.

David Plouffe, Obama’s campaign manager last year and a member of his inner circle still, will publish an op-ed in Wednesday’s Washington Post chiding Republicans for being “paralyzed with fear of crossing their leader.”

A senior White House aide has been tasked with helping to guide the Limbaugh strategy.

Outside, Americans United for Choice, a liberal group, and the Democratic National Committee are driving the message, in close consultation with the White House.

Democrats can barely suppress their smiles these days, overjoyed at the instant-ad imagery of Limbaugh clad in Johnny Cash-black at CPAC and, more broadly, at what they see as their success in managing to further marginalize a party already on the outs.

“I want to send Rush a bottle of vitamins,” said Begala. “We need him to stay healthy and loud and proud.”

With President George W. Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney out of the White House and Tom DeLay gone from Congress, the left had been suddenly absent an unpopular right-wing figure.

Few Americans know who the congressional Republican leaders are. Even Sarah Palin is now four time zones away from Washington.

Enter Limbaugh.

It’s something of a back to the future tactic for Democrats: painting the GOP as the party of the angry white male. But unlike Newt Gingrich or other prominent Republicans, Limbaugh doesn’t have to mind his tongue.

And the liberal political apparatus is at battle stations taking note of his every comment.

Media Matters, the left-leaning media watchdog and advocacy group, began a “Limbaugh Wire” web-site Tuesday to track him. “For a long time Americans haven’t really been aware that he’s so influential,” said Eric Burns, the group’s president.

Democrats are now working hard to ensure that changes.

“He’s driving the Republican reluctance to deal with Obama, which Americans want,” said Greenberg. “He’s the policeman [keeping them in line].”

They’ll all get a fresh hook for the story after Wednesday, when a Democratic polling firm goes into the field to test, among other things, Limbaugh’s standing with the public.

All the attention only offers upside for the buzz-hungry Limbaugh, said Carville.

“The television cameras just can’t stay away from him,” Carville said Tuesday, a day when cable news played images of Limbaugh seemingly on a loop. “Our strategy depends on him keeping talking, and I think we’re going to succeed.”

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 07:48 PM
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Obama's White House staff is taking the time to plot against Rush via Nixon's 'enemies list' stradegy;


And Derek is drinking the kool aid straight from the loins of people like Limbaugh himself.

http://theplumline.whorunsgov.com/political-media/new-media-meme-obama-team -solely-to-blame-for-rush-story/

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Our corporate media is in a tizzy today, accusing the White House of coordinating the entire media blow up over Rush Limbaugh this past week. Well, that's an interesting bit of fantasy. Let me dissect this for our friends in the media who are a tad too stupid and gullible for our own good.

1. So you mean, Barack Obama is behind GOP chair Michael Steele exploding the Limbaugh story in the news this past week by calling Limbaugh an ugly and incendiary entertainer. Wow, he is powerful, that Obama. Even controlling the head of the entire Republican party, and getting him to say something characteristically stupid. How does Obama do it?

2. And Barack Obama is behind Limbaugh publicly responding to Steele, suggesting that no one should donate to the Republican party, and suggesting that maybe Steele should just kill himself. Again, damn powerful, that all-knowing Oz.

3. Barack Obama is the reason the media, including FOX News, jumped on the Limbaugh-Steele feud and rode it for days. Please explain this one to me. How does it work? A reporter says to his editor, "Hey, did you see the head of the Republican party savaged Rush Limbaugh, right as he was speaking at the largest gathering of conservatives in the country, as their number one speaker, and then Limbaugh responded by suggesting that the head of the party kill himself." Your editor says, "not a story." You say, "Barack Obama?" Your editor says, "Oh my God, print it! But make sure you don't mention anything about Obama in the story because Obama is really the one behind the entire story!"

4. And apparently Barack Obama made Rush Limbaugh say, a good month ago, that he hopes Obama fails at trying to save the economy. You'll recall that this is the reason Rush has been in the news the past month. Obama is so all powerful, he somehow forced Limbaugh to say something stupid. Uh huh. Yeah, that was certainly an unexpected first for Limbaugh, saying something ugly and incendiary. Clearly, Obama was behind it all.

I suppose that Barack Obama was also behind my co-blogger Joe Sudbay and me suggesting to a number of our non-administration political friends this past week, in private, that we all ought to really jump on this Limbaugh story. Joe and I had this discussion many days before Rahm mentioned Limbaugh on the Sunday shows. (And let's not forget, Rahm mentioned Limbaugh AFTER Limbaugh and Steele started publicly savaging each other.) So was Obama secretly sending microwaves into our brains to get us to push the story?

Joe and I talk to this White House - a heck of a lot more than we talked to the last one. We've even had conference calls in the past few weeks with OMB Director Orszag and with VP Biden's top economic adviser. And during all these calls and communications no one once mentioned Rush Limbaugh. It just strikes me as a bit odd that the White House was supposedly behind the Limbaugh kerfuffle, yet no one shared this grand plan with the blogosphere, which is the perfect medium for exploding such a story. Odd isn't it?

And one final point.

Do you get what the Republicans are really doing here? In addition to their usual tactic of blaming us for things that they actually do, this is another trick they love to use. Blaming us for things that aren't bad things at all. Meaning, what the GOP, with the collusion of the media, is really saying is this: "Barack Obama is telling people the truth about Rush Limbaugh being kind of an idiot." And the media's response? "You mean, Obama told people the truth about what Rush Limbaugh said? Oh my God, how evil of the White House - stop the presses!" Next, the media incessantly pesters the administration, at press conferences, in made up stories, demanding the White House admit that someone there was behind an effort to simply reiterate what Rush Limbaugh actually said, as if somehow Limbaugh isn't a bad guy for saying the things he says, but everyone else is bad for spreading the news about what Limbaugh actually said. And the ultimate irony of this strategy, some of the very people Limbaugh attacked are TO BLAME for what Limbaugh said. Priceless.

So there you have it. Barack Obama single-handedly forced Michael Steele, the head of the Republican party, and Rush Limbaugh, the Republican party's star mouthpiece, to publicly savage each other, then he forced all of the major media to cover the story, even though it had nothing to do with Obama.

Maybe he truly is the magic negro.*

(* That's a reference to the time Barack Obama made Limbaugh sing a racist song about him.)


http://www.americablog.com/2009/03/white-houses-secret-strategy-to-destroy. html

 

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He must be getting under some folks skin more than ever these days. Thats good.


"These Days"..."These Days"?....The guy has always irritated me and "gotten under my skin", but I listen to him.

How else could I be so judgmental?


OK, More SO, these days.


Not at all. I listen to him for balance. I listen until I can't take it anymore, then I turn the dial. The same way I treat Bill Maher, I listen until I can't stand it anymore. Once again, without listening to these guys, How else can I judge?

Limbaugh is a conceited blowhard.

Maher is nothing more than an antagonist.


You're a better man than me BigV, I can't even stop on a Bill Maher program I do listen to Rush and I also turn it off more than I stay tuned in.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2009 at 08:18 PM
Barack Obama...

"On this day, we come to proclaim and end to the petty grievances, the recriminations and worn-out dogmas, that for far to long have strangled our politics."

So what does he call Operation Limbaugh? Talk about petty.

Nobody but Democrats can understand where they're possibly coming from on this one. I'm interested to find out what the desired result of this strategy really was. You may recall that Bill Clinton tried to set up Limbaugh as a straw man and the results were pretty dismal. Rush's listenership exploded and thus, Clinton detractors. He was widely credited for the Congressional landslide of 1992. Keep stepping in it, guys! Please don't stop!

 

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